Author: Mike


You're my smile, I'm your fear.
You're my laughter, I'm your tear.
You're my summer, I'm your fall.
You're my rosebud, I'm your thorn.

You bring me joy, I give you pain.
You show me life, I drive you insane.
Now you're gone, you're not coming back.
I hurt you bad, I have that knack.

------- Author's Notes -------

This wasn't to a 'special' person in my life, as in partner or something. I just feel I hurt everyone and anyone I come across, no matter how I feel about them. Curses, anyone?


Comments on this poem/writing:

Emma ( -- Saturday, September 3 2005, 10:05 pm


I don't know how you can hurt anyone, I've never experienced it. Aren't the people you really care about, still with you?
scurrd ( -- Thursday, September 29 2005, 02:09 am


wow pretty friggin sweet good poem man
Tammy ( -- Thursday, September 29 2005, 06:49 pm


This is a great poem, I enjoyed the read, and understand what your saying. I feel I do the same thing all the time.
Mike ( -- Saturday, October 8 2005, 10:56 pm

Heh, thanks..

x] Thanks for the comments. And Emma, the people I care about are still with me, yes.. They're drifting away slowly, though..
BRian ( -- Wednesday, October 24 2007, 02:06 am


This poem really stickes out... i love it keep up the good work
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